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Context, Judgement and Informal Learning at Work: An Investigation of Factors Crucial for Enhancing Performance [ 2004-02-25 - 2008-06-30 ]

Research Grant

[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP0453091]

Researchers: A/Prof James Athanasou (Chief Investigator) ,  Prof Paul Hager (Chief Investigator) ,  Prof John Halliday (Partner Investigator)

Brief description Context, Judgement and Informal Learning at Work: An Investigation of Factors Crucial for Enhancing Performance. This project investigates learning that enables people to perform well the demanding aspects of their occupations. Detailed case studies of critical incidents in a range of workplaces will be constructed and the learning or otherwise by key players involved in these incidents will be elucidated and analysed. These findings will test and refine a theory of learning at work that conceptualises it, at its best, as a growing capacity to make appropriate context-sensitive judgements. Developing a sound theory of workplace learning is very important because, though it is currently a major policy focus, received theories are of limited explanatory value.

Funding Amount $90,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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